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A wintry storm system is developing over the Northern Rockies, and will move into our region today and tomorrow. With warmer air surging in ahead of this system, there will likely be a period of all rain. If the changeover from rain to snow takes longer, then that will limit how much snow accumulation the area will see. This system is poorly organized, so snow accumulations will vary across the region. A general 1-3” seems likely for most areas, with locally higher amounts possible. Stay updated with WDAY/WDAZ during the next few days as weather conditions begin to change.


Today is going to be cloudy with rain and snow throughout the day. Many places are starting off the morning above freezing, so the snow amounts will depend on when the temperatures start to drop. Roads may turn slick throughout the day.

Highs: 28°F to 37°F
Wind: SE/N 10-25 mph


The rain showers will start to turn to snow showers this evening. The wind will be shifting out of the north. Temperatures will remain mild throughout the evening.

Lows: 26°F to 33°F
Wind: N 10-25 mph

Extended Forecast

Periods of snow will continue through Tuesday, eventually tapering off late in the day. Snow accumulations of 1-3” seem likely, with higher amounts possible. Clouds will remain in place through Christmas Day, and flurries or light snow showers will continue to be possible Wednesday through Friday. Colder air will move in for the end of the week and into next weekend. Highs will be in the 10s, and overnight lows will fall below zero.

Drive safely!
- Rebecca Lebak
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